Criminal rehabilitation

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Criminal rehabilitation refers to attempts to improve criminals morally or psychologically so that they do not commit more crimes. This rehabilitation may be carried out in prisons or, subsequent to their release, in so-called "halfway houses" or while they mingle with society at large.

Liberals believe that this is an appropriate goal for society to pursue, while conservatives doubt its effectiveness. [1]

References

  1. Violent Rapist? Get Rehabilitated In Vermont, Melissa Clouthier, Right Wing News, July 03, 2008